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Engines from the 2013 Miami Boat Show

A sampling of new engines featured or introduced at this year's show.

February 15, 2013
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All the top engine manufacturers displayed their latest models, many with release events like this one held by Mercury Marine.
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Mercury released its 300-hp engine with joystick piloting; this is Mercury’s very own joystick steering system.
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Mercury also released its all-new 1650 RACE sterndrive. It’s based off of Mercury’s quad cam, four valve 1350, with new pistons, larger turbos and requires 112 AKI race fuel.
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Yamaha released its new 2.8L four cylinder F200 four stroke engine.
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The new Yamaha VMAX SHO 150 Four Stroke engine.
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The Yamaha Helm Master steering system allows boaters to maneuver in marinas with help from a joystick.
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The new Honda BF250 VTEC.
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Suzuki is now offering heavy duty gear cases for lower-horsepower engines. This 60-hp is rigged with a gear casing from a 70-hp Suzuki, ideal for pontoon boats that need the strength but not the top speed.
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The Suzuki engineers had some fun to create this DF300+ Concept Engine.
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The engine has a titanium propeller.
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Plus, it has a RAM hood and lightweight carbon fiber cowling. Don’t expect this engine on the market any time soon.
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To keep up with the offshore fishing customization craze, Suzuki now offers certain engine models in white.
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Seven Marine displayed its 557 engine (557 hp).
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Tohatsu had an original engine on display from 1962.
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Plus, Suzuki also had its newer 115 h.p. TLDI.
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Evinrude introduced its 135-hp, high-output 2-stroke available this winter.
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Many of the Evinrude engines were set up with Optimus 360 steering by Sea Star.
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LEHR released a propane-powered 9.9- h.p. engine.
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Pictured is the 80-h.p. electric outboard “DEEP BLUE” from the German manufacturer Torqeedo.
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The DEEP BLUE System uses a set of lithium batteries developed from the automotive industry.
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Konrad’s 620 propulsion system is a 5.9 L, 480-h.p. turbocharged, diesel inline 6 engine.
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